Deadline: Monday, December 20, 2021, 4:00 pm (GMT).
Hurry up now! Apply for the UK PHEC Common Shared Scholarship Study 2022 Award. This is a funded scholarship for all international students from the federal community.
The Common Shared Scholarship is open to applicants from low- and middle-income and developing countries and, with the joint support of a UK university, completes a full-time master’s degree in selected courses.
The LSHTM sponsored Commonwealth of the United Kingdom Development (FCDO) and British Commonwealth of the United Kingdom (FCDO) Shared Scholarship Program provides talented and motivated individuals with the knowledge and skills they need to support the sustainable development. You can put it on. These scholarships are for talented people who can make a difference and who cannot otherwise afford to study in UK.
Students wishing to start studying in UK in 2022/2023 can apply
Number of prizes: 4
Value of the scholarship:
During this session, the British Federal Scholarship Board (CSC) and the LSHTM are offering four prizes for the master’s program in public health in ophthalmic care under the CSSS theme “Health systems and empowerment”.
Each scholarship offers:
The CSC approved air tickets from the nearest international airport in London, the student’s home country, and the final round trip airfare for the scholarships.
Master in Public Health Development (Including International Tax Rates, Including Mandatory Travel Costs)
Monthly maintenance allowance £ 1,390.00 (London Underground fare)
Provision of warm clothing, if applicable
Reimbursement of mandatory tuberculosis (TB) screening fees, when required for a visa application, at a predetermined amount defined by the CSC
Scholarships to contribute to study expenses (thesis scholarship and study trip scholarship)
Excess baggage allowance to return home up to the specific rate defined by the CSC
Disability allowance for personal expenses (if eligible)
For widowed, divorced or single-parent fellows, family allowance of £ 485.00 per month for the first child and £ 120.00 per month for the second and third child under 16, if the children accompany the child. student and lives with them at the same address in the UK.
Scholarship eligibility criteria
To apply for these scholarships, applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria and complete both application stages prior to the scholarship application deadline on Monday, December 20, 2021.
The applicant must be a qualified federal citizen *, have a refugee status *, or be a British protectorate.
Applicants must be eligible federal permanent and permanent residents *.
Applicants must be able to begin an undergraduate program in the UK at the beginning of the 2022-23 academic year (September 2022).
Applicants must obtain a relevant graduate degree (usually a master’s degree) from September 2022, in addition to a first degree at least in the Upper Level 2 Criteria (2: 1) or Lower Level 2 (2: 2). Must be. CSC cannot accept the job. An alternative experience to this minimal education. Also, CSC will not fund a second master’s degree in the UK unless adequate justification is provided. Apply only if you meet the minimum requirements of CSC.
Applicants must be proficient in English to pursue the proposed course of study and meet LSHTM English proficiency requirements.
Applicants must not have studied in a high-income country for more than one degree (for CSC purposes this is classified as a country that does not appear on the DAC list of APS recipients).
Applicants must not have worked in a high-income country for more than one year (for CSC purposes this is classified as a country that does not appear on the DAC list of APS recipients).
Applicants must ensure that, without this scholarship, neither they nor their families can study in the UK.
Applicants must commit to return to their home country within one month of award completion.
Applicants must provide all supporting documents in the required format.
Eligible Commonwealth Countries: Bangladesh, Cameroon, Swatini, Gambia, Ghana, India, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuata, Zambia.
How to Apply for PHEC Scholarship for Joint UK Scholarship 2022:
Submit a completed study application to 2022-23 MSc Public Health for Eye Care.
Submit a complete CSSS funding application via the CSC online application system.
Location: United Kingdom